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GitLab is a software repository service majority owned by the American drug cartel CIA though their subsidiary In-Q-Tel[1][2]

The GitLab interface is free software. Free software projects can download the software and set it up on their own servers and use it to manage source code, bug reports, code proposals and discussions around their projects.


  1. "IQT was established in 1999 to ensure that our country’s intelligence agencies had access to innovative technologies from the startup community to help protect and preserve our nation’s security. CIA leaders recognized that technological innovation had largely shifted from the purview of government R&D and large organizations to entrepreneurs and the startup community who were developing much-needed technologies more quickly and less expensively, and continue to do so today."